March 23, 2003
Shabaan Abdul Rahim will attempt a standoff with the Americans in his own style by sending a message to US president George Bush through a song in the hope of convincing him to pull out and end the wa
Les banques ont augmenté leurs taux d'intérêt sur les dépôts à court terme pour limiter la ruée vers le dollar et juguler l'inflation. Une décision qui pourrait avoir des effets négatifs, notamment su
Morocco's Omnium Nord-Africain (ONA) mining affiliate Semafo has revealed that tests on the Wona and Nyaf deposits in Burkina Faso represent the two most developed gold mineralized structures located
Petroleum retailer Emarat has signed a joint venture agreement with Egypt’s Middle East Oil Tankage & Pipelines Company and MIDOR to set up Emarat Misr. In the first stage, the new company will set up
Technip-Coflexip has confirmed that the contract signed in January, with Oryx GTL for the design and construction of a gas-to-liquids complex in Qatar has come into force. Oryx GTL is a joint venture
Telecom Egypt and the Egyptian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology have signed a five-year frame agreement with Nortel Networks, estimated at approximately $60 million for expansion
Saudi Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Ali Al-Naimi has confirmed that oil production and export facilities in the Kingdom are in harmony with current market demands, and oil exports and sh
March 22, 2003
Washington will provide Israel with a higher than expected $10 billion emergency aid package, including up to $2 billion in direct military assistance. The US\' aid package will also likely allocate a
March 21, 2003
Washington will provide Israel with a higher than expected $10 billion emergency aid package, including up to $2 billion in direct military assistance. The US' aid package will also likely allocate a
March 20, 2003
Uday, the elder son of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, struck by brain hemorrhage following conflict with a member of Saddam's Fedayeen on Thursday.
Egyptian anti-war protesters clashed with riot police Thursday, hurling stones and metal barricades, pounding on cars and shouting against the United
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday condemned U.S. military action against Iraq and called for a rapid end to U.S. operations.
Anti-aircraft fire and explosions were heard across Baghdad after air raid sirens went off at 0535 Thursday in the capital.
Egyptian actress Hala Shiha's wish to continue her role in the film "Waraka" (Paper) wearing the Hijab (Islamic headdress), was refused by the producer and director
Being a sport's celebrity for more than 8 years, Egyptian former international squash champion Ahmad Brada could not stand being away from the scenes after his retirement and decided to enter the musi